Jeremy Corbyn put former PM Tony Blair’s touted ‘political comeback’ into its proper context – and Blair himself in his place – yesterday during an interview with radio station LBC.
Speaking on Monday, he told LBC,
It’s up to [Blair] what he decides to do. I’m leading the party.
Corbyn’s steely side – always there and tempered still further by the heat of two years of relentless media attacks and battles with blairite dinosaurs – is clearly showing through and he’s not remotely worried by yet another attempted return by the head of the defunct genus.
No wonder Theresa May is terrified of being seen with him during the election and is conducting one of the most bizarre campaigns in UK election history in an attempt to hide her all-too-obvious flaws in character and personality.
Hear the audio of the interview for yourself:
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